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No brake lights

I have changed the bulbs I have checked the switch by the brake petal, and the fuse under the hood all is good any other thoughts?

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  • velvet_f Jul 20, 2009

    is there a brake relay somewhere I can check?

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Ba earth or ground!
or bad & loose, dirty connections
if not any of these then wires may be damaged intrenally test as you go

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